Cohabitation of the Nicname/Whois Protocol with the CRISP Protocol
draft-newton-whois-crisp-cohabitation-00

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Authors A Newton  , Leslie Daigle 
Last updated 2003-06-12
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Abstract

This document describes a method to allow an Internet registry operate both a nicname/whois service side-by-side with a CRISP service in a coherent and well understood manner. This document does not attempt to alter the nicname/whois protocol to meet this goal, nor does it attempt to make CRISP backwards-compatible with current nicname/whois deployments.

Authors

A Newton (anewton@research.netsol.com)
Leslie Daigle (leslie@thinkingcat.com)

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